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KNemo

   0.7.6  

KDE Networking Tool

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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  70983
Submitted:  May 30 2004
Updated:  Dec 4 2012

Description:

KNemo - the KDE Network Monitor

A detailed review of the KNemo 0.4.7 can be found at Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/linux/KNemo-Review-53310.shtml

KNemo offers a network monitor similar to the one found in Windows. For every network interface it displays an icon in the systray. It can also optionally montor traffic statistics.




Changelog:

Version 0.7.6
  • Tweak the dialogs to make them a bit more compact

  • Make the traffic plotter widgets behave more like those in the KDE System Monitor

  • Fix a few minor bugs that gave us wrong values in the traffic plotter range



  • LicenseGPL
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     OK, now what?

     
     by hackhound on: Jul 17 2004
     
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    I was successfully able to compile for my ML10 box, and kmeno shows that it is running, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to configure Knemo, or where it's supposed to show up. Please be kind to a newbie and let me know where I went wrong.

    Thanks,
    Hackhound


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     Re: OK, now what?

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 17 2004
     
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    Hi Hackhound,

    I have written a short instruction on how to successfully install KNemo on Mandrake 10.0.

    I've tested it with 10.0 Download Edition and for me the solution worked. So please take a look at the following document, follow the steps in it and tell me if it worked for you too!

    http://www.eris23.de/knemo/INSTALL.Mandrake

    It may be neccessary to open the configuration dialog manually by running

    kcmshell /usr/share/applnk/Settings/Network/kcm_knemo

    on the console after you have installed KNemo with the above solution, because KNemo won't display any icons in the system traybar until it is configured to do so.


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     project website

     
     by cb2206 on: Jul 25 2004
     
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    hi,

    where can i find a website for knemo?

    what are the plans for future versions? i would like to see network configuration ability. this would really rock, because windows does this a lot easier.


    best regards
    christian

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     Re: project website

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 25 2004
     
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    Hi,

    there is no website other than this for KNemo. KNemo is just a hobby of mine, so I don't feel to setup and maintain a website for it. Even not on SourceForge.

    I think for a small program like KNemo this forum is quite enough.

    The upcoming 0.2.0 will have a nice traffic plotter. Next versions will support more statistics and a dynamic number of menu entries in the context menu. This way the user can have entries for NetGo or KNetworkConf to configure their interfaces.


    h.c.
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     Re: Re: project website

     
     by cb2206 on: Jul 26 2004
     
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    when can we expect the new version?


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     Re: Re: Re: project website

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 26 2004
     
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    This week. :-)


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     This rocks!!!

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 26 2004
     
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    and it should definately go into kde cvs,
    and distributed and activated by default!

    Triggering dial-up connections and displaying their status would be nice... :-)


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     Re: This rocks!!!

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 26 2004
     
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    This is what Sarahb523 wrote how you can trigger your ppp connection from KNemo:

    To cooperate knemo with kppp open the config of you ppp0 device and enter this as start command:
    kstart --skiptaskbar kppp -q -c account_name

    and for stop command:
    kppp -k -q

    disable "hide icon when not connected"

    in kppp set "dock to kicker when connected" to enabled. Now you can start/stop your ppp0 device from knemo systray icon


    h.c.
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     Re: Re: This rocks!!!

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    I investigated a little... ;-)

    Triggering my isdn connection is possible by setting up knemo
    like this:


    • Enable "Display custom entries in context menu"

    • Under "Start": Menu Text: "Connect"

    • Command: "/usr/sbin/isdnctrl dial ippp0"

    • Under "Stop": Menu Text: "Disconnect"

    • Command: /usr/sbin/isdnctrl hangup ippp0"




    btw, what are the labels "Start" and "Stop" good for?


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     Re: Re: Re: This rocks!!!

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    > btw, what are the labels "Start" and "Stop" good for?

    What labels exactly do you mean?


    h.c.
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     Traffic Plotter

     
     by monkymind on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    I can't find a way to display the traffic plotter.

    Running Kde 3.2.3 (debian unstable).
    It compiled without problems and right-clicking pops up the menu with "configure Knemo". In the config page is the Traffic plotter [tab] and setup page
    - but middle click behaves exactly like a right-click :(

    Any idea??


    Cheers
    rob

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     Re: Traffic Plotter

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    Then you are still running 0.1.10. Open the context menu and look under "About KNemo".

    It is not enough to stop KNemo in the Service Menu of KDED and start it again. You have to kill KDED and start KDED again to get the new installed KNemo. Or log out of KDE and log in again.


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     Re: Re: Traffic Plotter

     
     by monkymind on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    Thanks H.C.
    You're right I did "stop KNemo in the Service Menu of KDED and started it again".

    All working now :) Nice feature, great app!


    Cheers
    rob

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     unstable

     
     by Pao on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    Hi,

    I launch Knemo with kcmshell /usr/share/applnk/Settings/Network/kcm_knemo &, and it runs good (I can configure it) but when after 30 seconds the tray icons disapear ... I can't find Knemo in the service management, how could I fix it ?

    running on mdk10 ! thx for ur job


    ciao ciao
    Pao

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     Re: unstable

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 27 2004
     
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    Please follow the instructions here: http://www.eris23.de/knemo/INSTALL.Mandrake

    If you follow these instructions KNemo will be available in the Service Manager of KDE... it is under 'KDE Components'.

    Then start KNemo in the Service Manager, make sure an interface is configured in the configuration dialog and then the icon should appear in the system tray.


    h.c.
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     Re: Re: unstable

     
     by Pao on: Jul 28 2004
     
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    Ok, thx, I found how to launch Knemo service, now all's good.
    Very good job, Knemo rules !!!
    ;o)

    sorry for my poor english ...


    ciao ciao
    Pao

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     another suggestion..

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 28 2004
     
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    I really like knemo, and I have even removed kisdndial,
    and use knemo to trigger dialup.

    But there is one thing that bothers me silghtly...
    I wish I could see if I am online or not from the icon of knemo, somehow like in (sorry) windows...
    Knemo should detect when an interface
    is a dialup connection, and then change
    its icon to reflect the status of the connection.

    Apart of that it rocks!! As I said already, I think it should be included, shipped and activated by default in kde.

    (Maybe later you can use dbus to get the
    information about the interfaces)

    thanks and best regards!


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     Re: another suggestion..

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 28 2004
     
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    > I wish I could see if I am online or not from the icon of knemo

    You can see if you are online or not. When you are offline the icon of KNemo will have a red cross in its corner to indicate that this interface is not connected. When KNemo detects that you are online (it does so by finding that the interface has an IP address assigned) the cross will vanish.

    > Knemo should detect when an interface
    is a dialup connection, and then change
    > its icon to reflect the status of the connection.

    That should not be necessary. It doesn't matter if you are monitoring a dialup interface or an ethernet interface. The rules are the same:

    If the output of the command 'ifconfig interfacename' contains the words 'UP' and 'inet' the interface is detected as online and the red cross in the icon will vanish. Otherwise the interface is offline and you will see a red cross on the icon (or the icon will vanish, if you selected 'Hide icon when not connected' in the settings):


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     Re: Re: another suggestion..

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 30 2004
     
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    "You can see if you are online or not. When you are offline the icon of KNemo will have a red cross in its corner to indicate that this interface is not connected. When KNemo detects that you are online (it does so by finding that the interface has an IP address assigned) the cross will vanish."

    well not for me infortunately... :-(

    In fact my isdn interface ippp0 is
    up all the time, even if I'm not connected...
    It even has an ip-address, look at this output:


    root@Valhalla:~# /etc/init.d/isdnutils stop
    Stopping ISDN services: ipppd interfaces isdnlog.
    root@Valhalla:~# /etc/init.d/isdnutils start
    Starting ISDN services: interfaces ipppd isdnlog.
    root@Valhalla:~# ifconfig ippp0
    ippp0 Link encap:Point-to-Point Protocol
    inet addr:192.25.206.10 P-t-P:10.0.0.2 Mask:255.255.255.255
    UP POINTOPOINT RUNNING NOARP MTU:1500 Metric:1
    RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
    TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
    collisions:0 txqueuelen:30
    RX bytes:0 (0.0 b) TX bytes:0 (0.0 b)

    root@Valhalla:~# isdnctrl status ippp0
    ippp0 is not connected
    root@Valhalla:~# isdnctrl dial ippp0
    Dialing of ippp0 triggered

    root@Valhalla:~# ifconfig ippp0
    ippp0 Link encap:Point-to-Point Protocol
    inet addr:194.235.194.161 P-t-P:194.235.193.253 Mask:255.255.255.255
    UP POINTOPOINT RUNNING NOARP MTU:1500 Metric:1
    RX packets:9 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
    TX packets:9 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
    collisions:0 txqueuelen:30
    RX bytes:163 (163.0 b) TX bytes:226 (226.0 b)



    Apart of that, the red cross is great,
    I've tried it by doing ifconfig eth0 down.

    I wish only I could see it for ippp0... :-)

    regards and thanks for knemo


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     Re: Re: Re: another suggestion..

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 30 2004
     
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    Hi,

    what does 'ifconfig ippp0' show after you executed '/etc/init.d/isdnutils stop'?


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: anot

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 30 2004
     
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    cannot test it right now... but I am 99% sure that
    after doing '/etc/init.d/isdnutils stop'
    there is no interface ippp0 anymore

    Gonna confirm you tonight.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: anot

     
     by HagbardCeline on: Jul 30 2004
     
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    Then the solution would be to put

    /etc/init.d/isdnutils start
    isdnctrl dial ippp0

    into a start script and to put

    isdnctrl hangup ippp0 (not sure about this)
    /etc/init.d/isdnutils stop

    into a stop script and excute them from KNemo. Then you have the desired behaviour with the 'red cross'. ;-)


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: anot

     
     by yglodt on: Jul 31 2004
     
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    I think there is a conceptual difference between network interfaces in windows and Linux.

    In Linux, and interface can be UP and not connected at the same time.
    Just remove the RJ45 from ur NIC and u'll see...
    The interface will stay up, even it is not really connected at this point of time...

    In windows however, an interface that is not connected is automatically down.

    Try to remove the RJ45 and type ipconfig... no more interface...

    IMHO, knemo should try to detect whether an interface is connected or not however, although I don't know of any method of doing that...



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